Athletes must understand and feel their body on a whole other level than average people do if they wish to progress successfully, constantly, and without injuries. The AEQ method offers a new way of advancing in sports: exponential growth through an improved translation of information from the head to the muscles and feeling and awareness of your body.

Blue = parasympathetic nerve paths

Red = sympathetic nerve paths
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How can the AEQ method help in sports?

The AEQ method offers ways and exercises that help improve the activation of the parasympathetic functioning of the autonomic nervous system. This can help the athlete improve their regeneration, as well as helping them use their available energy more efficiently.

The fact is that due to the reduced ability to focus, the younger generations find it increasingly difficult to progress and remain uninjured, as training nowadays is too forceful.

Why should an athlete pursue the AEQ method?

  • If they miss devoting themselves to movement intelligence, they would properly train it for a natural increase in strength and speed without unwanted consequences.
  • If they wish to understand the importance of emotional stability and intelligence.
  • If they excessively rely on achievement tables and measurements, while rarely asking themselves how they and their bodies feel.

If you believe that progress in the above would make it easier for you and improve your athletic achievements, I invite you to explore all the possibilities of the AEQ® method, which I’ve been developing for years.

The AEQ method and its connection to sports

I use the AEQ method to more successfully and correctly guide athletes. I work with recreational and professional athletes of all generations. The foundation is a thinking model adjusted to the sport, which I’ve developed during my work with athletes, first to help them heal their injuries, and later for an easier and more reliable achievement of desired results.

The AEQ method helps a person relearn their primal, natural movement, which improved self-awareness and increases its efficiency, making it the most important factor in the success of an athlete. A person suffering from chronic, acute muscle pain or movement disorders and asymmetries will learn to observe, change, and control the body’s neuromuscular systems. I myself have supplemented, updated, and improved the findings of clinical-somatic methods.  

The benefits of using the AEQ method in sports

Education of this kind enters an area not satisfyingly covered by science and healthcare. Relieving and eliminating pain, relaxing, and improving the nervous system’s muscular functions and functions are key to a healthy life. They help with undisturbed movement. The AEQ method reaches the roots of most chronic muscle pain, which can only be relieved by altering a sensory-motor loop. This can only be achieved without inappropriate side effects through understanding that will change the brain’s workings. Not only do these send impulses, but they can also reprogram, with the help of the AEQ method, which is important if we wish to heal malfunctions and the inefficient operation of the neuromuscular and skeletal system. This is the path to optimizing muscle tone, intermuscular coordination, energy systems, and the synchronized operation of all parts of the system we call soma; a man is not a machine, but a body guided by reason.

How can an athlete’s childhood influence their success?

Most athletes develop a strong separation from their bodily sensations and awareness during their childhood, which allows them to feel less pain. This helps them be better, faster and more competitive from their peers, and can progress quickly at the beginning of their careers. However, this progress only takes place up to a certain stage due to their suppressed perception of their own sensations. This, in turn, increasingly limits them; they become sick more often, are more susceptible to injuries, and fall into various stages of burnout and fatigue. This is all due to a lacking development of emotional intelligence.

Experience and results

Due to the ever-increasing problems with injuries among younger and younger athletes, I believe in the success of including the AEQ approach in their training program. With its help, you’ll be able to prolong your active athletic life and increase your passion for sports. 

So far, I’ve successfully worked with over 50 top athletes from different sports categories, mostly athletics, skiing, and cycling. I’m noticing the ever-increasing problems athletes and professional sports teams face in achieving and maintaining top results. Injuries have become an unavoidable part of an athlete’s career. However, the AEQ method’s purpose is to prevent and cure injuries and pain. A part of the AEQ method is also AEQ breathing, which greatly improves the breathing efficiency of an athlete and helps them reach a greater level of relaxation in their muscles and, with it, faster and more thorough regeneration and rehabilitation with a better exchange of gasses in said muscles. 

Athletes breathing incorrectly goes hand in hand with having a wrong understanding of the importance of training and increases the frequency of injury and their severity. In contrast, systematically training breathing enables its long-term improvement and successfully eliminates problems that aren’t solved by other breathing methods.

The acquired knowledge
and skills enable the
athlete to:

The acquired knowledge and skills enable the athlete to:

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